Today, this evening from 5.30 to 7.30pm, is the launch of the Wild Spring Exhibition at the Tidal Gallery, Kingsbridge.
Once again, Anna Ventura has brought together a fascinating group of artists:
- Richard Thorn
- Ayse Rifat
- James Savage
I own a Richard Thorn watercolour and much admire his work. This painting hangs in my sunroom, and is always an inspiration to me when attempting watercolour. The intensity of colour he achieves is breathtaking.
Richard currently holds the title of South West Academician (SWAc) and has won awards by the Royal Institute for painters in Watercolour in 2016 and 2017. I am very much looking forward to meeting him and seeing more of his work at the Tidal Gallery.
Ayse Rifat is wildlife artist working in oils and acrylics. Her aim is to capture each detail and she produces final pieces with intense realism.
Ayse is a fellow member of the South Hams Art Forum (SHAF) and works as a freelance designer – her projects range from web design to brand creation. A very talented lady!
James Savage is a ceramics artist and his works are reminiscent of the colours of local stone. Beautiful!
Where is the Tidal Gallery?
1 Victoria Place, The Promenade, Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 1JG
There is free parking on the opposite side of The Promenade and, at a cost, in a nearby carpark. More details, including directions, are available on the Tidal Gallery website.
When is the exhibition open?
The Wild Spring exhibition is on from tomorrow until 15 July, so you have plenty of time to pop in during the next couple of months if you are not able to attend this evening’s launch.
If you have an exhibition that you’d like me to promote via my blog, contact me and I’ll do my best to support your artistic endeavours.